Food lovers across the globe are being offered a chance to explore and enjoy Jamaican cooking in the comfort of their homes. Starting last month, with the Jamaica Tourist Board’s (JTB) launch of its Island Potluck Series, sisters Michelle and Suzanne Rousseau, in the 12-part series scheduled to run every other Thursday on the JTB’s YouTube channels, will participate in making some the best dishes originating from the Caribbean country.
Jerk, a product of huge historic value, has become one of the most popular gifts that Jamaica has given the world along with music and athletic stars. Jerk seasoning actually originated with the Taino people. The Taino people also called Arawaks are the earliest documented people to have discovered and inhabited Jamaica and most of the Caribbean. They used Jerk to preserve meat as they carried it over long distances.
Perennial Fall Favorite Pumpkin Pancakes Return to the Menu As Well As Halloween approaches, be very afraid—and also a little hungry—because participating IHOP® restaurants in the Miami, FL area bringing back one of their most beloved traditions for kids:  the “Scary Face” pancake joins the “Just For Kids” menu, beginning October 1 and lasting throughout the month. And as a special Halloween treat, on October 31, participating IHOP restaurants will offer kids 12 and under a “Scary Face” pancake free--and that’s no trick!
While the Caribbean island of Anguilla is best known for its 33 incredible white sand beaches and crystal blue waters, there’s another facet to this little gem that visitors can also enjoy: its culinary scene. From sophisticated gourmands desiring the finest five-star dining experience to everyday foodies looking to get their hands messy with some of the island’s best beach-side barbecue, the variety of options in Anguilla satisfy any palette with over 100 restaurants on just 35 square miles of land. Anguilla is home to an assortment of casual and fine dining restaurants with an elegant beach-goer vibe.
It’s all here, the Caribbean seafood dish that will leave samplers licking their fingers. This shrimp with coconut milk over rice and green bean salad recipe, courtesy of Publix Apron, is offering just that, a delightful dish, one which Caribbean Today is encouraging readers to try. Cooking sequence Begin to thaw sofrito and green beans Prepare salad through step 1 - 10 minutes Continue shrimp recipe; complete salad and serve - 20 minutes